Virtual private networks (VPNs) provide a way for secure connections to be established across the public network by tunneling the traffic. VPNs generally fall into two types — remote-access VPN and site-to-site VPN. Remote-access VPNs can be used to securely connect a host to a private network. For example, companies can allow staff to remotely access the file servers or other resources on the headquarters' intranet from an outside network using remote VPNs. With site-to-site VPNs, separate private networks could be joined for data sharing or other purposes. For example, private networks of different office branches of a company or even private networks of different companies can be joined.
- The Site-to-Site VPN feature on the controller is introduced, and guidance on how to build and configure an exemplary site-to-site VPN is provided through step-by-step explanations. Click here to know more details.
- The Remote VPN feature on the controller is introduced, and guidance on how to setup and configure remote VPNs on the controller as well as on client devices is provided. Click here to know more details.